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Red & White (Dogfish Head Craft Brewery)

If there’s one thing Dogfish Head is known for it’s making unique limited release beers. President and founder Sam Calagione is always on a quest for new ingredients to add to his ever-expanding line of off-centered ales. Although RED & WHITE isn’t as “out there” as some of the stuff they produce, it is definitely not your typical beer.

Red & White is a Belgian-style Witbier with a practically non-existent 35 IBUs and an ABV that floats between beer and wine at 10%.

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Cabernale (Craftsman Brewing Company)

Craftsman Brewing Company is a tiny brewery ran out of a garage in Pasadena, California. They are well known in the L.A. beer scene because of the tasty and often times unique beers they brew. Often times the folks at Craftsman will brew specialty/seasonal/one-off beers and send them to the craft beer bars around Los Angeles county. This is one such brew.

Cabernale is a fruit beer brewed using Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from Paso Robles, California. This beer is brewed seasonally, depending on their grape shipments and has a middle of the road (between beer and wine) 7.5% ABV.

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